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Get $10 Off The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening On Switch And Explore Koholint Island

Save some money on this beautiful handheld remake.

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The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening, the latest release in the Zelda series, is a gorgeous Switch remake of one of the very best Game Boy games. The game, which released on September 20 2019, isn't likely to see a huge discount any time soon, as Nintendo games tend to hold their prices for a long time. But you can save $10 on the game right now, netting you the game at a lower price than usual.

You can currently get a used copy of the game in like-new condition for $49.94 with Amazon, meaning that you can take home Link's latest adventure for under $50. The game carries a $59.99 price tag on the Nintendo eShop, but nabbing it from Amazon will save you some money. You can also trade your games in towards the purchase for a discount, if you've got any unloved games lying around.

Alternatively, the game is retailing for $49 with Walmart, with free delivery. It's 94 cents cheaper, and this way you'll net a brand new copy, if Walmart can deliver to you. We wouldn't expect the price of Link's Awakening to drop much below this anytime soon, and now's a good time to buy games in anticipation for Christmas.

We gave The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening on Switch an 8/10 in our review, praising it as "without question the best way to experience" Link's dreamy adventure. If you decide to take the plunge, make sure you check out the nine things we wish we had known when we started playing it.

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